Nigeria news today headlines : Friday 21st June 2024

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Kano Emirate Tussle: NNPP Says Court Ruling Mischievous

ABUJA – The New Nigerian Peoples Party (NNPP) has condemned the ruling of the Federal High Court sitting in Kano over the reinstatement of Muhammadu Sanusi II as the 16th Emir of Kano. National Publicity Secretary of NNPP, Ladipo Johnson, in a reaction on Thursday described the Court judgment as “defective in law, porous in

Rivers Caucus Demands Sanctions Against Ugochinyere Over Alleged Misconduct

The Rivers Caucus in the House of Representatives has issued a stern rebuke and call for disciplinary action against Honourable Ikenga Ugochinyere following his controversial press briefing on Tuesday, June 18th. The briefing, which addressed the ongoing discord between the Rivers State Governor, the House of Assembly, and Local Government Chairmen, was labeled as misleading

Tension In Kugbo Mechanic Village As Soldier Allegedly Stabs Electrician To Death

ABUJA – Tension erupted in Kugbo Mechanic Village on the Abuja-Keffi Expressway as a yet-to-be-identified soldier allegedly stabbed an electrician to death on Thursday. The incident, which followed an argument between the two, escalated into a violent confrontation, resulting in the soldier stabbing the electrician, known as ‘Yellow.’ The altercation caused an uproar among the

Benue: UNFPA Trains 115 Health Workers, Others On GBV Issues

The organisation also said that it has commenced its support to the State government with capacity building for about 115 healthcare workers, social workers and community volunteers, aninitiatives that aims at enhancing their skills in area of handling issues related to Gender-Based Violence (GBV). UNFPA further explained that the specialized training offered to the trainees

Police Launch Manhunt For Serial Killers In Ekiti 

The  Ekiti State Police Command wishes to inform the general public that necessary security measures have been put in place to ensure the arrest of the syndicate perpetrating this dastard act and to forestall further occurrence. The Police Public Relations ,Sunday Abutu ,in a statement  said the Ekiti State Commissioner of Police, CP AKINWALE KUNLE

Fubara Debunks Rumour Of Crisis In Rivers

Port Harcourt – Rivers State Governor, Sir Siminalayi Fubara, has emphasised that the State and its people were now enjoying an enduring atmosphere of peace that promotes sustainable development, fast-paced investments and accelerated economic growth. He said the recent negative narrative that portrayed the State as immersed in crisis with disrupted peace was untrue, misguided

ASUU-FUGA Urges Nigerians To Prevail On FG Over Lingering Demands

DAMATURU – The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Federal University Gashua chapter has urged Nigerians to prevail on the Federal Government of Nigeria to address the lingering issues to avoid yet another disruption of academic activities on the campuses. Dr. Melemi Abacha, Chairman of ASUU Federal University Gashua, Yobe State made the plea while

KNSG Orders Police To Remove Bayero From Nasarawa Palace

KANO — The Kano state government on Thursday directed the Commissioner of police to remove one of the contender to the Kano emirate debacle, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero from Nasarawa palace where he hold court. Addressing a press conference, on Thursday night , the state Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Haruna Dederi, announced that

UPDATE: Justice Liman Affirms Kano Emirate Law, Voids Governor’s Actions

KANO — A federal high court on Thursday in Kano declared that the Kano Emirates Council (Repeal) Law 2024, which dissolved all the five emirates in the state, remains a law but all actions taken by the governor towards the execution of the law is voided. In a landmark ruling on Thursday, Justice Abdullahi Liman

House C’ttee Summons AGIP Over Alleged $80 Million Debt To Indigenous Contractor

The House of Representatives Committee on Public Petitions has summoned AGIP Oil Company to appear before it on June 26 regarding an alleged $80 million debt owed to De Cooon Services Ltd. The Committee Chairman, Hon Michael Etaba, expressed displeasure over AGIP Oil’s failure to make payments and its absence at the investigative hearing held

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